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Technology Helps Teach Navajo in New Ways
Learning a new language can be hard, especially when the...
Dreamcatcher Mural Honoring Sandy Hook Victims Covered Up
When Lindsay Fuori and Mairin Hayes painted a mural to...
Native Student Featured as ‘New Student Activist’ By New York Times
The New York Times recently featured seven student...
9 Ways the New Education Law Is a Win for Indian Country
The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 is a big win for...
Harnessing the Power of TV & the Pen: Native Journalist Patty Talahongva
Patty Talahongva, Hopi, is working with the community-...
Dreamstarters Named By Billy Mills Take Top Honors
On October 14, 2014, fifty years to the day since Oglala...
Indian Country Education Today
Native Language App Gets Cool Reception
The main page for the new Native Language App, available now on iTunes. A new American Indian language app hit the iTunes store January 20...
Supreme Court Will Revisit Affirmative Action in College Admissions
The U.S. Supreme Court will again tackle the issue of affirmative action where it pertains to college admissions...
Cherokee Nation Gives Back to Education
The Cherokee Nation recently distributed nearly $3 million to area schools during its Public School Appreciation Day held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma...
Aboriginal Doula Training to Be Offered
The first training session of the year for aboriginal doulas will take place from March 4 through 8 in Port Alberni, British Columbia...
Big Boost for Native Languages
The respect and recognition shown by Colorado lawmakers for a Native American language bill are encouraging and may portend smooth sailing through the legislative process straight ...
Oklahoma College Committed to Indian Students
To recognize Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s commitment to Native American students , tribal leaders from the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations presented university president ...
Red Lake Nation Youth of the Year Chosen
Kaylee Reynolds, 15, was recently selected as Youth of the Year for the Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club ...
Indigenous Government on a National Scale: Remapping Bolivia, Transforming a Nation
Bolivians made some radical changes over the past decade. They protested and died to prevent the government from exporting cheap natural gas...
Cherokee Heritage Center Educates Visitors
The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma regularly welcomes field trip groups to teach school kids what it took to live in Indian territory...
Tongue Slip Puts Teacher’s Job in Jeopardy
A twice-awarded teacher of the year is fighting for her job because of a slip of the tongue...
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